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Continuous Security Validation: How effective is your security?

  • Thursday, December 7th, 2017 at 10:30 AM EST (15:30:00 UTC)
  • Anil Nandigam
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Overview

The threat landscape is constantly evolving, and cybercriminals are finding new attack vectors to bypass enterprise security controls and penetrate the network. By the same token, security products are in a constant state of catch-up. Sure, you can rely on them to block yesterday's threats, but they're not adept at protecting from new variations, and subsequently rely on patches to fill the gap.

Now, more than ever, you need a way to continuously validate the security controls you have in place. In this webcast, we explore how continuous security validation can help you address your security effectiveness, quantify risk and deliver peace of mind to key stakeholders.

We look forward to your participation.†

Speaker Bio

Anil Nandigam

Anil Nandigam is Senior Director of Product Marketing at NSS labs. Anil has over 16 years of experience driving products and go-to-market strategy in the computer networking and security industry. Prior to joining NSS Labs, Anil held various senior roles in product management and product marketing at NSFOCUS, Bay Dynamics, FireEye, and Cisco Systems. Anil is a frequent guest speaker at various security conferences like CERT, and has been a contributing member to the SANS Institutesí webinars and publications. Anil has a Masterís Degree in Computer Science (MS) from the University of Houston and Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Santa Clara University.

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